Ashley Hope

Ashley Hope
Ashley Hope works as a developer at CirrusLabs, but is used to wearing many hats on the team to meet the needs of the client. She focuses on finding solutions to complex real life issues by bridging the gap between IT professionals and business users and using a wide range of technologies and skills. Ashley has experience in a variety of programming languages including .Net and Java, and has strength in database analysis and design. Prior to joining CirrusLabs, Ashley Hope worked for the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General, maintaining and upgrading their case management software. Ashley Hope graduated with a Bachelors in Computer Science from Millersville University
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Make Your Tests Saucey - Running Selenium Tests Against Multiple Platforms and Browsers

Jul 24, 2017 7:57:00 AM / by Ashley Hope posted in Agile Testing, Ruby, BDD, TDD, Testing, Selenium, ATDD, SauceLabs, Modernized Technology

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Cucumber, Selenium and Gherkin have become popular tools for helping teams implement test automation or what is often referred to as Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) or Behavior Driven Development (BDD). By running your tests locally, you can ensure your application runs as expected on..

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Rake Up and Optimize Your Automated Tests

Jul 21, 2017 8:48:00 AM / by Ashley Hope posted in Agile Testing, Cucumber, Automated Testing, BDD, Testing, Selenium, ATDD, Rake, Modernized Technology

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Cucumber, Selenium and Gherkin have become popular tools for helping teams implement test automation or what is often referred to as Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) or Behavior Driven Development (BDD). As you grow your test suite and as it becomes larger and more complex, you may find..

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4 Core Concepts You Need to Understand SQL Databases

Aug 17, 2016 7:49:00 AM / by Ashley Hope posted in Database, SQL, Architecture, Modernized Technology

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We developers live in an object oriented world where data is represented as objects in our applications. However, these applications often end up saving their data in SQL databases which are relational, not object oriented. This often causes translation errors and could cost you and your team..

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Getting Started with JIRA Portfolio 2.0

Jul 11, 2016 7:10:00 AM / by Ashley Hope posted in JIRA, Portfolio, Atlassian, Modernized Technology, Software Delivery, Agile Software Delivery, JIRA Portfolio

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JIRA Portfolio is a powerful tool which provides an easy way to manage one or more teams' backlogs and schedule work for months at a time. Portfolio for JIRA 2.0, which was just recently released, brings many useful changes including an easy startup wizard to create a new plan, powerful..

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